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for the american side of the story. i welcome general michael hayden who ran the national security agen agency. he is now principal with the chertoff group. welcome back to the show, michael. >> thank you, fareed. >> let's focus on this issue of eavesdropping of senior officials of allied governments. there's a distinction about collecting metadata, traffic and phone calls and emails from across europe. tell me how would it work if the national security agency would tap the cell phone of senior leader of an allied government, who would have made that decision and what would the process have been? >> it depends on the senior leader. depends on the intelligence requirements. very often, fareed, what you get are very specific intelligence requirements from our national command authority and they are laid out to the intelligence community and then the intelligence community goes forward and lays out a collection plan the best way to get that very needed information. occasionally, fareed, occasionally, what you have is political guidance kind of being placed on top of your operational planning. i had p
michael hayden who ran the national security agency when some of our allies phones were attacked. we'll get analysis from david ignatious of the "washington post," david sanger of the "new york times." cbs news chief legal correspondent jan crawford and cbs news political director john dickerson. as we approach the 50th anniversary of the kennedy assassination we'll talk to former "life" magazine editor dick stolen and granddaughter of abe da bra ma'am zaputa it's a lot but that's what we do at "face the nation." >> schieffer: good morning again we welcome to the broadcast the chairman of the senate intelligence committee california senator diane feinstein. thank you so much, senator, for coming. you have been a big defender from the beginning of the national security agency but you were clearly upset with the revelation that we were tapping german chancellor angla merkel's cell phone, you said it was a big problem that the empty was unaware. do you believe that that the president didn't know this was happening? >> i can't answer that. i don't know. but i think where allies are
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about kelly ayotte. also on the program is michael hayden, former head of the national security agency and cia. the sunday network tv talk shows are on c-span radio and brought to you as a public service by the networks and c-span. rebroadcasts of the shows begin at noon eastern with "meet the press." 1:00, "this week." 2:00, "fox news sunday." 3:00, "state of the union." "face the nation." country on xmthe satellite radio. we are now on channel 120. download our free app for your smart phone or listen online at cspanradio.org. believer in what they call the unauthorized biography. unauthorized does not mean untrue. it means you're doing it without the cooperation and blessing of your subjects. i do believe it's a legitimate, history, way to cover especially public figures that have spent many years and millions of dollars creating their own image. is valuable sometimes to go behind that. one who's trying to get behind that, and tell you what's going on. biographer kitty kelley sits down for your calls and comments beginning at noon eastern today c-span 2." on host: we want to welcome
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